I was about to start trying different drivers, which likely would have been a huge waste of time and effort… Thank you! Thanks for your good information. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. I have since added the Firewall protection back in too — no problems so far. It still recreated the Tefer2 Miniport drivers, but the Team still works. Had exact the same problem.
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Thank you very much, very useful. This driver is used for the firewall features in Symantec Endpoint Protection. Something broke the team could have been Symantec, or a Windows Update, or maybe I never configured it properly in the first place.
Hi All, I also faced this problem and the solution was to same as u guys. We had the exact same problem, and your procedure uninstalling Symantec, set up the team, then reinstall Symantec solved the problem!
Had exact the same problem. Thank you for posting this! Learn how your comment data is processed. I just confirmed this. Notify me of new posts by email. Every time we tried to add the NIC to the existing team we got the following error message:. After reading this, I uninstalled the Symantec Endpoint Client and created another install seed without the Firewall protection. Thanks for your good information. But what if there is a need to create another teaming? Your email address will not be published.
The only drawback was that I lost remote connectivity to the server after the last Teefer2 Miniport was disabled.
I have since added the Firewall protection back in too — no problems so far. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
I found it possible to create the team without uninstalling SEP. Colleague told me about this but I teajing Keep up the good work.
In order to get the teaming working again, we uninstalled Symantec Endpoint Protection, then setup the team, then rebooted the server and reinstalled Symantec Endpoint Protection. After removing the component and restarted, the driver was identified as NDIS 6.
Every time we tried to add the NIC to the existing team we got the following error message: I was about to start trying different drivers, which likely would have been a huge waste of time and effort… Thank you! Please select an adapter with NDIS 6 driver. It still recreated the Tefer2 Miniport drivers, but the Team still works. This brladcom really help full to solve my problem. Definitely not something that you want to have to do very often.
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